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Capernwray Hall

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Capernwray Hall is a 19th century mansion set in 175 acres of parkland, just south of England's famous Lake District, and west of the rugged crags of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.Capernwray Hall was built in the mid-1800's as a private home for the Lord Lieutenant of the county of Lancaster. The Scottish border is 70 miles (110 km) to the north; to the east lie the Yorkshire Dales with their beautiful waterfalls and rugged crags. To the south is the ancient City of Lancaster. Manchester with its international airport is just over an hour away.Capernwray Hall was purchased in 1946 for use as a Christian holiday and conference centre. See A History of Capernwray Hall. It was first used as a Bible School in 1949, to meet the demand for good, sound Bible teaching for the many new converts from the holidays and conferences.Over the years since then, more and more people have taken advantage of the holidays and Bible teaching offered. Each winter the Hall is home to up to 180 students, from sometimes as many as 30 different nations. During the summer months more than 1500 guests from all walks of life will come through Capernwray's doors. In addition Capernwray boasts one of the areas most pleasant Swimming Pools and an excellent Sports Hall, both of which are used extensively by the local communities.
Capernwray Hall is a 19th century mansion set in 175 acres of parkland, just south of England's famous Lake District, and west of the rugged crags of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.Capernwray Hall was built in the mid-1800's as a private home for the Lord Lieutenant of the county of Lancaster. The Scottish border is 70 miles (110 km) to the north; to the east lie the Yorkshire Dales with...
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